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  2. Claim Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    1 : a demand for something due or believed to be due an insurance claim 2 a : a right or title to something b : a statement that may be doubted a claim of authenticity 3 : something claimed especially : an area of land marked out by a settler or prospector Legal Definition claim noun 1 a : a demand for something (as money) due or believed to be due

  3. CLAIM | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    claim verb [T] (REQUEST) to demand something of value because you believe it belongs to you or you have a right to it: If no one claims the money, I can keep it. If a storm, crime, or other violence claims someone’s life, the person was killed suddenly as a result of that event: The earthquake claimed hundreds of lives. Idiom claim to fame claim

  4. 207 Synonyms & Antonyms of CLAIM - Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of claim 1 as in to insist to state as a fact usually forcefully people who claim that they have been kidnapped by aliens from other worlds Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance insist allege assert contend declare affirm argue maintain proclaim protest announce purport profess reason aver confirm defend warrant avow put forth justify

  5. Claim Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    noun. a demand for something as due; an assertion of a right or an alleged right: He made unreasonable claims on the doctor's time. an assertion of something as a fact: He made no claims to originality. a right to claim or demand; a just title to something: His claim to the heavyweight title is disputed.

  6. A claim is when you express your right to something that belongs to you, like your medical records or the deed to your home. When you make a claim or claim something, you're demanding it or saying it’s true. People claim dependents and deductions on their taxes. In court, you could claim you deserve money from an employer who cheated you.

  7. claim ( kleɪm) vb ( mainly tr) 1. to demand as being due or as one's property; assert one's title or right to: he claimed the record. 2. ( takes a clause as object or an infinitive) to assert as a fact; maintain against denial: he claimed to be telling the truth. 3. to call for or need; deserve: this problem claims our attention.

  8. Claim definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    A claim is something which someone says which they cannot prove and which may be false . He repeated his claim that the people backed his action. He rejected claims that he had affairs with six women. Synonyms: assertion, statement, allegation, declaration More Synonyms of claim 3. verb

  9. noun property, right demanded or reserved verb demand, maintain property or right synonyms for claim Compare Synonyms allegation application assertion call case demand interest petition plea request requirement suit affirmation birthright counterclaim declaration dibs due entreaty lien part postulation prerogative pretense pretension privilege

  10. Support Center Claims Support | Erie Insurance

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    Option 1: Contact Your ERIE Agent Get in touch with your local ERIE agent to start your claim. Talking with someone you already know and who is familiar with the claims process can help put your mind more at ease. Option 2: Contact ERIE We know unexpected events can be stressful, and we’re ready to help. Call (800) 367-3743 for support 24/7:

  11. What Is a Claim in Writing? Examples of Argumentative Statements

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    A claim statement is a type of thesis statement in which you present the main idea of what you are writing in the form of an argument. Think of claims like a thesis statement in the form of an argument. Claims are matters of opinion, but they are stated as if they are facts and backed up with evidence.